It's almost envecon time again and we're getting excited! But there are also other topics to cover in our February newsletter:
- envecon2020 – registration closes soon!
- ENCA – Enabling a Natural Capital Approach – the UK Government Guide
- CPD accredited environmental economics training for CIWEM members
envecon 2020 - 13th March 2020, Royal Society, London
Registration for #envecon2020 will be closing on 9 March. Join over 100 delegates already signed up to meet your peers, current and future partners and clients and learn about the latest on:
- UK Environmental Policy
- Climate change mitigation and adaptation
- Human health and wellbeing with regards to pressures such as temperatures, air quality and noise and to benefits through engagement with nature
- Marine, coastal, agricultural landscape and urban green infrastructure management – valuation, accounting and engagement
The day will start with a keynote by Emma Howard Boyd, Chair of the Environment Agency. Sarah Williams, Greener UK, will lead the discussions on the milestones of the year in the Diary 2020’ session in the afternoon.
As well stands displaying publications, online tools and research programme from University of Exeter, Office of National Statistics, Valuing Nature Programme and others, you will also have the opportunity to see art work and be subject to a ‘poetic provocation’ from Somewhere-Nowhere.
Click HERE to view the Agenda for the day.
Click HERE to register.
Enabling a Natural Capital Approach (ENCA) - UK Government Guide
The ENCA Guide was published in January 2020. It further establishes the natural capital approach, which defines as “…thinking of nature as an asset, or set of assets that benefit people” and states as consistent with HM Treasury’s Green Book guidance.
The guide is supported by evidence databooks of physical and monetary evidence, with guidance on how to use them in appraisal and natural capital accounting, and case studies. The guide also describes the application of natural capital accounting at different spatial scales: from national (in the UK natural capital accounts) to local and organisational levels, and supporting methods (like value transfer and economic valuation).
We are delighted to see many references to eftec’s work in ENCA.
CPD accredited training in environmental economics for CIWEM members -
9th and 10th March 2020, London
CIWEM is the Chartered Institute of Water and Environmental Management. It represents and supports a community of thousands of members and organisations in over 89 countries who are dedicated to improving water and environmental management for the benefit of the public.
The course developed by eftec and Environmental Policy Consulting, will cover key concepts and tools for economic valuation, appraisal and policy, with more detailed sessions on natural capital accounting, economic valuation in the water industry, climate change mitigation and adaptation.